Jul 03, 2017 05:52 AM EDT
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 News: Device With Snapdragon 836; Note 8’s Full View Images Show Two Major Galaxy Note 8 Models [VIDEO]
Reports seem to claim that Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 could be the first handset to be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 836 chipset. Although the flagship mobile device will most likely rolled out in mid-August, Galaxy Note 8's range of cases has been revealed, with images showing the flagship phone in full view.
Qualcomm's Snapdragon 836 will come along with a 2.5GHz octa-core processor as well as a 740MHz GPU. Samsung's upcoming handset will mark the mobile device's debut with Qualcomm's processor, which is said to be the most powerful one.
Tech fans and experts are eagerly awaiting the launch of Samsung's all-new Note 8 phablet, and now, they might have the ultimate view of this highly anticipated flagship device. Tech website Mobile Fun has just revealed Galaxy Note 8's range of cases, with images showing the full view of the device. Although the legitimacy of the images has not been confirmed, but the pictures do match many of the current reports about the upcoming handset, Express reported.
As the South Korean tech company has yet to unveil the Galaxy Note 8, tech experts are anticipating that the company is taking its time to launch the device, ensuring that there is no hitch or faults. But, the upcoming Samsung device is expected to come along with a 6.4-inch dual edge curved display and a 13MP dual lens camera setup.
The Galaxy Note 8 runs on Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box, and it is expected to have a $900 price tag. Tech fans are expecting the device to feature a 3,300mAh battery, S Pen stylus and its design will be rather similar to the Galaxy S8.
The tech company is reportedly geared up to offer significantly more internal storage options for tech fans. The Galaxy Note 8 will be released in two major models, a 64GB and 128GB internal storage options, Value Walk reported.
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